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Helpful Financial Tips from WireLend
Buy appliances based on reliability, not low cost
This tip is especially useful if you are planning ahead to replace appliances in your home. Its not always advisable to "shoot for the bottom" and it's worth the time to do a little research when you buy a new appliance such as a stove, refrigerator or water heater. For example, a reliable, energy efficient washer and dryer might cost you more initially, but if it continues to save you energy throughout the life of the appliance and lasts longer than a cheaper model, you will save money in the long run.